[wingide-users] redirecting stdin from a file in the debugger?
support at wingware.com
Sat Mar 12 19:01:57 MST 2011
On 3/12/11 6:23 PM, Nelson Minar wrote:
> I'm debugging some scripts which should take large inputs from stdin.
> $ myScript < bigfile.txt > output.txt
> Is there a way within WingIDE to run the script in debug mode with
> stdin redirected from a file? I can use stdin by typing in the Debug
> I/O tab, but I'm trying to input a megabyte-long file on stdin.
> PS: Loving WingIDE 4.0, lots of nice improvements.
If you don't need to do any stdin via the Debug I/O tool I think you can
just replace sys.stdin w/ a file something like this:
sys.stdin = open('myfile', 'r')
If you want to do this only when Wing's debugger is active then:
if 'WINGDB_ACTIVE' in os.environ:
sys.std = open('myfile', 'r')
(or something similar)
Please let me know if this does not help.
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